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unleadedthought

Philadelphia, US
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"RE: D600 blown pixels?"

unleadedthought Registered since 31st Jul 2012
Sun 21-Oct-12 02:39 PM

>The samples you provided are tough to analyze and also seem
>to suffer from severe JPEG compression artifacts in the
>suspected areas. But my guess would be that they are hot
>pixels.

they were just screenshots. I was super tired. Although compressed, it's was actually a good representation of what I saw in raw.

>It has nothing to do with the lens, and everything to do with
>the choice of ISO. The info box is not always easy to read but
>it appears they were at ISO 800 and above.

I just wanted to provide all information. I just stepped up from iso 100, as per your suggestion, and took a picture of the same subject, and the spots first appear at iso 320.

>Take some test shots at base ISO and see if they persists. If
>they persist then it would indicate a stuck pixel, if they
>don't then it would indicate a hot pixel.

It sounds like these are hot pixels, but I'm stunned at their appearance at such a low ISO value. Dealing with this in post is not an option. This shouldn't be an issue for a $600 camera, let alone a $2k camera. IMO.

Thanks for the looks and suggestions pete! I'll have to stop by my local shop and speak with them.

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